Sensing and Telemetry News
Powelectrics make hardware and provide software solutions that can allows you view data fromyour senosrs, wherever you are, wherever your equipment is. The hardware (Metrons)take signals from sensors and use the mobile phone network to transmit them to a managed server (Metron VIEW) so users can then view via the internet using their computer or smart phone. Readings can be sent as frequently as every 5 minutes or as infrequently as every day or even every week. How often readings are sent will effect the cost for the data.
We are pelased to be able to introduce a new range of inductive proximity sensors in body sizes from M8 to M30, with standard or extended detection ranges and with fixed cables or connectors.
Metron VIEW is now able to send you alarms by email if a reading from a sensor goes above or below pre-defined thresholds, or if a unit has not unit has not communicated with the Metron VIEW server for a certain amount of time.
To help you choose the right sensor for your application you can now use this product search tool, directirng you to the right product to suit medium (liquid, gas, glycol), power supply, flow rate, supply voltage, output type, connection type, temperature range and ATEX category and then taking you to the data sheet.
The SPS series of affordable level sensors suit a wide range of applications and offer simple installation and long term stability.
Available in a variety of measurement ranges these sensors have a sturdy stainless steel body and use the well proven hydrostatic method of level measurement offering excellent accuracy at a very reasonable price.
These sensors work really well with our Metron2 device to provide you with a great way of reading the level in oyur tank both locally and remotely.
Users of Metron VIEW can now retrieve their data and build their own web applications using the API that we have introduced. As ever with the Powelectrics suite of M2M products it's pretty straightforward to use and we are finding suitably skilled developers are making light work of it.